Sports

Thu
24
May

Tidehaven loses 14-13 heartbreaker

Bay City Sentinel photo MaLinda Reddell
Tiger Head Baseball Coach Eddie Russell has some calming words for his pitcher Bryce Galvan during Saturday’s game against Hallettsville.

 From Eddie Russell and Staff Reports

Thu
24
May

Williams signs with University of the Southwest

Bay City Sentinel photo Mike Reddell
Bay City High School held a recent signing ceremony for BCHS senior Malajha Williams (front row, second from left). She will be running track for University of the Southwest in Hobbs, New Mexico. Her grandmother, Anna Sanders, is at her left on the front row, along with her mother, Mary Williams, and father, Rodney Mitchell. Behind them are BCHS Cross Country Coach Zerrick Vriseno (left) and Athletic Director Patrick Matthews.

Thu
24
May

Tidehaven all-district baseball

2018 All District Baseball 
                                District 28-3A
Coach of the Year Eddie Russell
Overall MVP Bryce Galvan 
Defensive MVP Gordo Moreno, Jr.
1st Team All-District Infield
1st Base - Chris Rodriguez
2nd Base- Jacob Galvan
1st Team Offense
Brandon Rozner
2nd Team District Defense
2nd Base Call Davant
3rd Base Cade Galvan
2nd Team All-District Offense Andrew Sliva
2nd Team DH Gilbert Charles
Honorable mention Hunter Gontard OF
Thu
24
May

Van Vleck all-district baseball, softball

2018 All District Baseball 
District 28-3A
Newcomer of the Year Josh De La Rosa
1st Team Catcher Easton Brown
1st Team Outfielder Travis Koliba
2nd Team Pitcher Kameron Wied and Camrin Wleczyk
2nd Team 1st Base Cameran Hudson
2nd Team Outfield DJ Vargas
Honorable Mention Trent Blaylock, Matt Reed,
Academic All District: Easton Brown, Austin Evans, Dylan Koliba, Travis Koliba, Fisher Mosley, Cade Noster, Matthew Reed, Kameron Wied, Camrin Wleczyk

Thu
24
May

"Ladycats fall in Region 4 Semifinals" by: Simon Desoto

Photo by Simon Desoto
Ladycat Coach Josh Ervin talks to his team during their regional semifinals game against Beeville Jones last Friday, May 18.

   On a blustery evening in Weimar, the Bay City Ladycats felt the wind taken from their sails as they encountered the Beeville Jones Lady Trojans in the UIL Region 4 Semi-Finals softball playoffs. 
   A 4-0 loss to the Beeville Jones Lady Trojans would end the Ladycats successful season. 
   The Ladycats faced a team from Beeville who came into the game with a 33-2 record on the season that had not allowed a single run in their 5 playoff wins this season. 
   Also, the Ladycats were pitted against a very formidable opponent on the mound in 2017 All State pitcher, Saleen Flores. 
   Coming into the Beeville game, the Ladycats brought a very impressive 27-6 season record to the contest. Behind the superb regular season and playoff performance of Ladycat pitcher, Madison Garay, the Bay City team had high hopes of continuing their playoff run to the State Softball tournament. 

Thu
17
May

Ladycats face Beeville Jones in Weimer Friday

Bay City Sentinel photo Mike Reddell
Ladycat Madison Garay (5), far right, runs toward a circle of her teammates gathered to welcome her to home after she hit a grand slam home run that put Bay City up by four, early in its regional quarterfinal game against Wimberly Saturday, May 12.

   After winning the UIL 4A softball regional quarterfinal tile, the Bay City High School Ladycat softball team (27-6) will play the Beeville Lady Trojans for the Regional Semifinal Championship.
   The Ladycats will face the Lady Trojans (21-2-1) in a single game at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 18, at Weimar High School, 515 W. Main Street, Weimar.   

Thu
17
May

Van Vleck boys track makes a statement at 3A state meet

   With Leopard De’Mitri Monroe leading the way as the state champion in the 100-yard dash, the Van Vleck High School boys track team had an outsized presence at last week’s state 3A track meet.
   Monroe also had an impressive second-place finish in the long jump, while Leopard Kobe Blackmon finished fifth in the 200-yard dash.
   Two Van Vleck relay teams also finished among the leaders in their respective events.
   In the state meet, the Leopard 4x100 relay team of Travis Koliba, Kobe Blackmon, Brandon Espinosa and De’Mitri Monroe finished sixth.
   Likewise, Van Vleck’s 4x200 relay team of Travis Koliba, De’Mitri Monroe, Cade Norster and Kobe Blackmon also finished sixth.
   In the final tally of 3A team scores, Van Vleck was among the leaders, coming in sixth with 24 points.

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Thu
17
May

Tidehaven to play Hallettsville in regional quarterfinals at Victoria

From Eddie Russell and Staff Reports

Thu
10
May

Tigers roll Nixon-Smiley, advance to play Blanco

   Tidehaven swept Nixon-Smiley and will advance to the second round. 
   On Thursday the Tigers won by a score of 6-3. Bryce Galvan got the win on the mound throwing 5.1 innings giving up 1 earned run, struck out six.
   Jacob Galvan pitched the final 1.2 innings to get the save. 
   Leading the team with 3 hits was Gordo Moreno. 
   Getting 2 hits each were: Bryce Galvan, Cade Galvan and Andrew Sliva. Getting one hit each were: Jacob Galvan, Call Davant and Chris Rodriguez. 
   On Saturday, the Tigers won by a score of 4-0. Getting the win on the mound pitching a masterpiece was Gordo Moreno. 
   Complete game shutout, striking out 11. Getting 2 hits each were Moreno and Sliva. Getting 1 hit each were: Jacob Galvan, Call Davant, Chris Rodriguez and Brandon Rozner.
   The Tigers advance to face Blanco. 

  •     Thursday 6:30 p.m. @ La Grange High School
  •     Saturday 1 p.m. @ La Grange Fair Grounds. 
Thu
10
May

Ladycats’ series with Sealy begins there Friday

Bay City Sentinel photo Mike Reddell
Ladycat senior infielder Hanna Eidlebach (9) tags second - way before the Wimberly base runner arrives - and throws to first for a double play in Bay City’s second-round playoff victory here last week.

   Bay City High School Ladycat softball team (25-6) will be play the Sealy Tigers (11-11) Friday, May 11, in the regional quarterfinal round of the UIL Softball State Championships. 
   The Ladycats are 3-0 in the playoffs - sweeping Wimberly last weekend - while Sealy is 4-1. 
   In a best two out of three series, the Ladycats’ first game will be at 6 p.m. Friday, May 11, at Sealy High School, 2372 Championship Drive, Sealy. 
   Game 2 at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at Blackcat Ball Park. 
   Game 3, if needed, will be 30 minutes after Game 2. 
   Tickets: $5 Adults, $3 Students.This will be treated like a home game, with BCISD staff ID and athletic passes accepted for free admittance. 

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